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News and Adverts / MoldyCave FREE Public Test Weekend
« on: June 06, 2020, 02:57:37 pm »
Quick update:

If the test goes well, we will try for another one the following weekend!

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News and Adverts / MoldyCave FREE Public Test Weekend
« on: June 05, 2020, 12:56:22 pm »
Next weekend (June 12 through June 15) MoldyCave Virtual Table Top will be open to anyone who'd like to give it a try! Check out what we've got so far here!

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MoldyCave absolutely will be free once it is released. And it won't have any "premium" version for pay. All the tools for gaming will be free.

It's on Kickstarter right now, but I'm not pushing for backers. I just want you to check it out, and maybe keep an eye out for when we release it. I think we're already superior in many ways to roll20 and Fantasy Grounds, among others. MoldyCave started because of a move across the country away from my friends, and our efforts to find ways to game at a distance.

My hope is that this will be really useful to people who are bored during quarantining and self-isolation, those who have difficulty getting to games in person, and anyone else who finds it useful. My parents worked in jobs that served those who have disabilities, and I worked to do that in the education field for a decade myself. I know MoldyCave can be a resource for people with disabilities. I'd love to get feedback and am not asking for support financially (you can if you like), but please try to find people who might benefit and share with them.

I can't post video yet, but we've got our intro video on YouTube (our channel is Tranquility Games) and a kickstarter page under the title MoldyCave (no space).

Please check MoldyCave out. Thanks!

Ben Schwartz, Tranquility Games

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MoldyCave Virtual Game Table: FREE Online Tabletop

MoldyCave is THE easy-to-learn, free-to-use virtual game table. This Virtual Table Top (VTT) is browser-based and requires no installation. MoldyCave has tools for maps, dice, character sheets, grids, drawing, fog of war, spells/abilities, notes, and more. MoldyCave is an unparalleled system that allows you to play tabletop RPGs with a group remotely on PC, Apple, and mobile devices, with applications for in-person gaming as well!



THE Virtual Tabletop. Moldycave.


MoldyCave absolutely will be free once it is released. And it won't have any "premium" version for pay. All the tools for gaming will be free.

It's on Kickstarter right now, but I'm not pushing for backers. I just want you to check it out, and maybe keep an eye out for when we release it. I think we're already superior in many ways to roll20 and Fantasy Grounds, among others. MoldyCave started because of a move across the country away from my friends and our efforts to find ways to game at a distance.

My hope is that this will be really useful to people who are bored during quarantining and self-isolation, those who have difficulty getting to games in person, and anyone else who finds it useful. My parents worked in jobs that served those who have disabilities, and I worked for a decade in the education system to do similar. I know MoldyCave can become a resource for people with disabilities. I'd love to get feedback and am not asking for support financially (you can if you like), but please try to find people who might benefit and share with them.

I can't post video yet, but we've got our intro video on YouTube (our channel is Tranquility Games) and a kickstarter page under the title MoldyCave (no space).

Please check MoldyCave out. Thanks!

Ben Schwartz, Tranquility Games

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